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A BREXIT Nugget: Justine Greening Smells the Coffee....kind of

Justine Greening the former education secretary finally smells the coffee – welcome to planet Earth; we are by and large friendly species here (leaving Covfefe alone for the moment) 178 more words


OCI: PSM and OCI subnet policies

To allow a subnet to be referenced from PSM, for example when provisionign a DBCS, navigate to the OCI console and:

Set the compartment context. 70 more words

A clear appetite for Open Access amongst PGRs and supervisors: findings from the first year of Manchester’s OA policy for postgraduate research theses

At The University of Manchester Library, we’re passionate about supporting and facilitating Open Access (OA) research and helping our Postgraduate research (PGR) students to thrive. These concerns form two key elements of our new Library Strategy to support the University in producing world class research. 939 more words

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I Heart Literacy Workstations!!

HP Desktop Workstations offer market top functionality with enterprise-class reliability and ISV certification ensuring compatibility with the prime computer software manufacturers in design and style, science, finance, and geology. 1,637 more words

Marin Assembly Candidate Offers Solutions

Assembly candidate Dan Monte “gets it”: In his July 15 op-ed piece in the Marin Independent Journal, Dan Monte argued for a government response to the housing crisis: “The real solution to our housing crisis lies in government investment in community-directed housing, not in giving license to the private industry that only builds for the top 20 percent of the market. 96 more words


Public Policy Fellow at Department on the Status of Women, City and County of San Francisco

Fields: policy, women, gender, human-rights, advocacy

Location: San Francisco, California

About the Organization: The San Francisco Department on the Status of Women has used the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) human rights framework to guide their work, and they have developed a number of innovative programs and tools to advance women’s human rights. 512 more words


Swapping crops could save water and improve nutrition in India, says study

Starting in the 1960s, a boom in rice and wheat production helped reduce hunger throughout India. Unfortunately, this Green Revolution also took a toll on the environment, increasing demands on the water supply, greenhouse gas emissions, and pollution from fertilizer. 110 more words